From: "John Cowan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Besides I can not
> > take any standard that implements i-klingon as a human language too
> > seriously.
> Why not? Human beings speak it (some more fluently than others), and
> write texts in it. Just follow the links from www.kli.org. It is not
> anybody's native language, but neither is Ladino (i-sil-spj).
Don't forget to use 1554 (0x0612) if you need a Windows LCID for Klingon -
Latin and 2578 (0x0A12) for Klingon - pIqaD.
There's nothing more powerful than a user defined area. :-)
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